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Sioux Falls Atheists endorse The Bitch of Buchenwald for showing that
the hatred of Jews had many supporters and not all of them men.

The Bitch of Buchenwald
A History of Buchenwald Death Camp
& its Notorious Commandante, Ilse Koch

The Bitch of Buchenwald (2009) - 90 minutes
The Bitch of Buchenwald at Amazon.com

Described as 'the most famous of all Germans accused of having committed atrocities during the war' by the Jewish Virtual Library, Ilse Koch has won a diabolic kind of immorality as the lady with the lampshade made of human skin.

This ground-breaking program puts her career in the context of the Germany of the Nazi era, with the SS to which she belonged in control. As the wife of a concentration camp commander, she was to grow accustomed to a privileged existence.

This elite lifestyle, financed mainly through embezzlement, together with her sadistic activities, saw her brought before a court of the SS. Later, the American Military Tribunal, and finally the German High Court were to find her guilty of crimes against humanity. She was to be jailed for life, released, and then jailed again.

8-2-16 Himmler diaries found in Russia reveal daily Nazi horrors
Himmler diaries found in Russia reveal daily Nazi horrors
Chilling details have emerged about the daily life of Heinrich Himmler, the Nazi SS chief who sent millions of Jews to their deaths in the Holocaust. The German tabloid Bild is serialising excerpts from Himmler's wartime diaries, recently discovered in Russia. One day, Himmler wrote, he had a massage before ordering the execution of 10 Poles. And he says he enjoyed a snack at Buchenwald concentration camp. He also told the SS to train dogs that could "rip people apart" at Auschwitz. Historians will publish the diaries in a book next year, with background notes.

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The Bitch of Buchenwald
A History of Buchenwald Death Camp
& its Notorious Commandante, Ilse Koch

Sioux Falls Atheists endorse The Bitch of Buchenwald for showing that
the hatred of Jews had many supporters and not all of them men.